October 15, 2012: Lecture by Eddie Paul: The 2012 Jewish Life in Germany Tour
In June of 2012, Eddie Paul joined a group of North American Jews invited as part of the “Jewish Life in Germany” programme to tour sites of Jewish interest in Berlin and Dresden. Roughly divided between Holocaust memorials, synagogues, Jewish schools, rabbinical seminaries, and community centres, this annual programme is organized to enhance the understanding of postwar Jewish communal life in Germany. The presentation l looks at the borderlines of institutional Jewish identity in 21st century Berlin through metaphors of identity and reconciliation.
Eddie Paul is Head of Bibliographic & Information Services at the Jewish Public Library. He has worked in many incarnations in many different libraries over the last 30 years.
Introduced by Trudis Goldsmith-Reber, co-chair English Cultural Committee.
In collaboration with the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Goethe-Institute Montreal.
Sponsored by the Mary Heimlich Cultural Endowment of the JPL.
Agrandir l'imageIntroduction by Consul general a.i. Barbara de Tschaschell (© Consulat allemand)
Agrandir l'imageIntroduction and welcome greetings by Trudis Goldsmith-Reber, co-chair English Cultural Committee Jewish Public Library (© Consulat allemand)
Agrandir l'imageEddie Paul, Head of Bibliographic & Information Services at the Jewish Public Library (© Consulat allemand)
Agrandir l'imagede gauche à droite: Mr. Manfred Stoffl, Director of the Goethe-Institute Montréal; Mr. and Mrs. Paul (© Consulat allemand)